MCQs on Govt. Schemes & Policies - 8

1. Which of the following policies address the youth?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA)
(B) Kishori Swasthya Yojna
(C) Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana
(D) Mahila Samakhya



2. National Health Policy was adopted in India in which of the following years?

(A) 1963
(B) 1973
(C) 1983
(D) 1993



3. When was the National Forest Policy formulated for the first time in the 
independent India?

(A) 1952
(B) 1961
(C) 1971
(D) 2002



4. NACO is an organisation which deals with which of the following health concerns?

(A) HIV/AIDS
(B) Kala Azar
(C) Pneumonia
(D) Typhoid



5. Which of the following services are not provided by the Anganwadi Centres?

(A) Immunisation and health check-ups
(B) Treatment of minor illnesses and referral
(C) Growth monitoring and supplementary feeding
(D) Water and sanitation



6. As per the norms for the health facilities in India, what population size should be served by a Primary Health Centre (PHC) in hilly and tribal areas?

(A) 20,000
(B) 50,000
(C) 1,00,000
(D) 10,000



7. Which of the following is not an institutional mechanism of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)?

(A) Village Health and Sanitation Committee
(B) Rogi Kalyan Samiti
(C) State Health Mission
(D) Mahila Mandal



8. Which of the following programme does not address the child population?

(A) ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme)
(B) MCH (Mother and Child Health) Programme
(C) UIP (Universal Immunisation Programme)
(D) ARSH (Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health Programme)



9. Which one among the following is not a Millennium Development Goal?

(A) Eradicate Extreme Hunger and Poverty.
(B) Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women.
(C) Improve Health of the Aged Persons.
(D) Ensure Environmental Sustainability.



10. Which among the following items is not aim of the National Policy on HIV/AIDS?

(A) Protect rights of those who are infected and provide access to available care, support and treatment.
(B) Protect workers from stigma and discrimination.
(C) Encourage transmission of HIV infection among workers and their families.
(D) Ensure safe migration and mobility with access to information services on HIV/AIDS.



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